Fb2 The Saddle Boys of the Rockies ePub
by James Carson
|Publisher:||Echo Library (May 1, 2007)|
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|ePub eBook:||1721 kb|
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Captain james carson. But seems to me, Peg, 'twasn't so very long ago that youyourself dropped in on us here.
Captain james carson. Author of. "The saddle boys in the grand canyon," "The saddle boys on the plains," "The saddle boys at circle ranch," etc. Illustrated. Since when did you climb up out of thetenderfoot class, tell me?" The boy who answered to the name of Frank Haywood was a rather chunky,well set-up lad of about sixteen. He had blue eyes, that were usuallysparkling with mirth; and a mop of yellow hair; while his skin wasdarkened by long exposure to sun and wind.
The boys were quickly soaked to theskin; but neither of them paid the least attention to this fact, which,after . Another minute passed.
The boys were quickly soaked to theskin; but neither of them paid the least attention to this fact, which,after all, was of minor Importance. Frank, do you think it's going to reach up here?" called Bob, as hewatched the rising line of water come within three feet of the ledge. The lightning was of considerable assistance tothe trapped saddle boys, for it enabled them to see. Frank had losthis lantern during the climb, as it was torn from his belt by a rock hestruck; so that only for this heavenly illumination they must have beenin utter darkness. And when peril threatens it is some satisfaction atleast to see the worst.
As the boys were not more than human, it was only naturalthat they should halt until the convulsion had passed. Bob could nothelp clutching a spur of rock as though he feared that somethingdreadful was about to happen. As the roaring noise began to die out the boys caught the cries ofSpanish Joe once again. He seemed to be nearly frantic with fear, andwas calling upon his cowboy crony not to forsake him in his extremity. It's going to tumble on me the next shake! Hurry, Nick, or I'm agoner!" they heard him pleading.
The boy who answered to the name of Frank Haywood was a rather chunky well set-up lad of about sixteen. He had blue eyes that were usually sparkling with mirth; and a mop of yellow hair; while his sk. .n was darkened by long exposure to sun and wind. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
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